London, Feb.11 (ANI): England cricket stars Andrew Flintoff and Steve Harmison went on a lavish free booze cruise just hours after England's humiliating innings and 23 run Test defeat against the West Indies in Sabina Park, Jamaica.
The pair lapped up luxury on a superliner after the West Indies bowled them out for an embarrassing 51.
They were flown back to the team hotel by helicopter after staying the night on board the "six-star" Silver Shadow, reports The Sun.
Their trip came two years after Flintoff was rescued when he took a pedalo out to sea at 4am after a drunken night in St Lucia.
After Saturday's collapse to England's third lowest score ever, fast bowler Harmison said: "I've never felt worse in my career. Everyone must take responsibility."
But hours later Flintoff, 31, and Harmison, 30, were on the liner with guests including ex-England stars David Gower, Allan Lamb and Darren Gough.
The pair stayed in one of the ship's best cabins and enjoyed a leisurely Sunday morning off before flying back to Kingston by helicopter.
A spokesman for the players said last night: "They were having time off after the game and did not drink over dinner on the boat. They had a couple of drinks before retiring."
An ECB spokesman added: "We trust the players and would stress that we received no complaints about them.'' (ANI)